Emergency stop control stations with safety trip mechanism

AutomationDirect's IDEM emergency stop control stations are designed to provide emergency stop protection and feature a safety trip mechanism that opens the contacts if the station lid is removed as well as a button protection shroud that accepts a padlock for maintenance activities.
By AutomationDirect July 7, 2015

AutomationDirect's IDEM emergency stop control stations are designed to provide emergency stop protection and feature a safety trip mechanism that opens the contacts if the station lid is removed as well as a button protection shroud that accepts a padlocAutomationDirect’s IDEM emergency stop control stations are designed to provide emergency stop protection and feature a safety trip mechanism that opens the contacts if the station lid is removed. Versions are available with a button protection shroud that accepts a padlock for maintenance activities. The emergency stop control stations are available in two styles that are fitted with a 40 mm twist-to-release mushroom head operator. The standard box features 3-pole positive guided contacts and is available with plastic or stainless steel housings and two conduit entries. The long box features a stainless steel housing, 4-pole positive guided contacts, three conduit entries, a two-color LED for status indication, and an emergency stop legend plate.

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